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    2014-04-23 17:00:00 2014-04-23 19:00:00 Webinar - Care and feeding of the Rotax 912- Apr 23rd 5pm Presenter: Prof. H. Paul Shuch Prof. H. Paul Shuch operates a flight school using an Evektor SportStar powered by the Rotax 912.  In this presentation Paul will share his learned experiences after observing student pilots operating the Rotax 912 and maintaining various 912-powered aircraft as a Rotax trained light sport aircraft repairman.  He will discuss; six common Rotax engine myths and how to operate your engine for optimum efficiency, reliability and service... www EAA noreply YYYY-MM-DD

Webinar - Care and feeding of the Rotax 912- Apr 23rd 5pm

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2014-04-23 17:00
2014-04-23 19:00
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Presenter: Prof. H. Paul Shuch

Prof. H. Paul Shuch operates a flight school using an Evektor SportStar powered by the Rotax 912.  In this presentation Paul will share his learned experiences after observing student pilots operating the Rotax 912 and maintaining various 912-powered aircraft as a Rotax trained light sport aircraft repairman.  He will discuss; six common Rotax engine myths and how to operate your engine for optimum efficiency, reliability and service life.  Additionally, owner preventive maintenance and operating fluids will be discussed.  Qualifies for FAA Wings and AMT credit

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  • XC Triker

    That sounds great!!!  What time does it play in Australia-- White Eagle & Jozinko want to know  ;)

  • Ken

    Its 5pm pacific time - I think its around 11 am Melbourne time, not sure if its the day before or the day after though.

     

  • XC Triker

    Thank You!!!  Simple post, WORLD of good for everyone ;)

  • Ken

    Looks like its a free one too!

     

  • XC Triker

    Hey Ken, can you post the most interesting parts for us?  I won't be able to attend as I don't get a Wednesday this week, Qantas and the Aussies are deleting it from my calendar.

  • Ken

    Not sure how many of you caught this seminar, but it was really informative. Largely covered Fuel, Oil, and Coolant issues in the 912. I definitely learned a ton from the seminar. The presenter mentioned that a properly fed 912 will reliably go well beyond the TBO, and if it doesn't you are doing something very wrong. Longest confirmed service life to date is in excess of 6000 hours. Here is the online video of the webinar in case any of you want to see it.

  • XC Triker

    Thank you Ken!!!   I got to this link by email, but the link is now not readily available to see (unless you know about it) because the event has passed, so it is not viewable unless you search "Past Events".

    ....  thank you, thank you!!!   BTW, we need a herpetologist guide here-- and an ornithologist (I saw a conehead pigeon yesterday-- cracked me up) and an entomologist (SPIDERS!!!)